Hip-Hop has change into the No. 1 style globally. On Monday, Billboard shared that the music born within the South Bronx has change into a mainstay on the Hot 100 chart.
“Rap songs have now led the #Hot100 for a record-extending 34 consecutive week,” the publication shared on Twitter.
Rap songs have now led the #Hot100 for a record-extending 34 consecutive weeks.
— Billboard Charts (@billboardcharts) September 17, 2018
The streak started within the week of Jan. 27, 2018 with Camila Cabello’s tune “Havana” that includes Younger Thug. Infantile Gambino’s viral hit, “This Is America,” spent two weeks within the No. I spot. Whereas “Psycho” by Publish Malone that includes Ty Dolla $ing, XXXTentacion’s “SAD!,” and Cardi B’s “I Like It” with Unhealthy Bunny and J Balvin every spent one week within the high spot.
Drake proved to be a pressure on the Hot 100 along with his tracks “God’s Plan,” “Good for What,” and “In My Emotions” collectively spending 28 weeks on the high of the chart, to this point.